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Curriculum

Mitchelton State School has an engaging and vibrant inclusive curriculum based on the Australian Curriculum and The Queensland Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Framework.  Curriculum delivery is planned around a number of key learning areas including:

- English
- Mathematics
- Science
- History
- Technology
- Studies of Society and Environment
- The Arts including music, dance, drama, visual art and media
- Health and Physical Education
- Languages Other than English - Japanese

Overall, the curriculum program caters to a diverse range of students and focuses on a number of core general capabilities. These include literacy, numeracy, the use of Information and Communication Technologies, problem solving and creative and critical thinking. 
Across the curriculum there is a focus on the priorities relevant to contemporary students including Australia’s Engagement with Asia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives and Sustainability.  These priorities are supported by the general classroom curriculum, special programs and events and the enrichment programs operating throughout the school.
The website for further information in relation to the Australian Curriculum is http://www.acara.edu.au

Religous Instruction

Mitchelton State School currently has an agreement with the North West Combined Churches to provide religous instruction lessons. These lessons are delivered during school hours by instructors from membership groups of the North West Combined Churches. Instructors follow curriculum programs from Religion for Life, Godspace and Connect. Parent permission is sought before children can participate in Religious Instruction. Further information about the religous instruction curriculum is available from the cluster-coordinator, Mrs Dorthy Dent who can be contacted through the school office.